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E1: 43: Quote Orders in Purchasing (P4310 / R43530 / P4334 / P43360 / R43500 / R43530) (Doc ID 625540.1)

Last updated on MARCH 26, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



There are four basic steps that are used to create a quote order and subsequently a Purchase Order (PO) from a Quote Order. This process is often used when a potential buyer of products/services requires a Quote prior to purchasing an item from a supplier. This enables a buyer to determine how much suppliers charge for purchasing different amounts/levels of goods or services and compare prices from different suppliers to find cheapest price for the desired quantity. If the buyer decides to utilize the Quote supplied, then the buyer can simply create the necessary Purchase Order from the quote provided.




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In this Document
 Step 1:  Enter a Quote Order (P4310)
 Step 2:  Print Quote Orders (R43530) - optional
 Step 3:  Enter Quote Response (P4334)
 Step 4:  Generate Purchase Orders from Quotes (P43360)
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